Haystack News launches streaming channel to cover Golden Globe, Oscar and Grammy awards

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San Francisco: Haystack News, a leading ad-supported streaming service that connects viewers with hyper-relevant local, national and world TV news, launched a new streaming channel dedicated to ongoing local, national and global coverage of this Sunday’s 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards.

The Golden Globes unofficially kicks off awards season, and Haystack News will provide free streaming channels aggregating the best in coverage from its hundreds of content providers covering the Golden Globes, along with the GRAMMY Awards and Oscars.

The Haystack News channels for coverage of the Golden Globes, GRAMMY Awards, and Oscars draw upon entertainment news content from the industry’s largest AVOD portfolio of local, national and global news, including nearly 350 news providers covering 100% of the top 30 DMAs and more than 300 local broadcast channels, in addition to ABC News, the AP, Bloomberg, CBS News, Cheddar, Euronews and Newsy.

“More than just the preferred destination for breaking news and analysis, Haystack News is growing its portfolio and viewing options for entertainment news content,” said Haystack TV Co-Founder and CEO Daniel Barreto. “Awards season is a great time to turn to Haystack News for coverage highlighting the best in TV, music and film.”

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Haystack TV offers Haystack News, a leading ad-based video on demand (AVOD) platform, providing free and customized over-the-top (OTT) on-demand and live streaming of local, national and international news, including on-demand local news and weather content for 100% of the Top 30 DMAs.

Haystack offers more news content from local TV news stations than any other AVOD service, with nearly 350 on-demand news providers, including more than 300 local TV broadcast stations from ABC Owned Television Stations, CBS Television Stations, Cox Media Group, Fox Television Stations, Gray Television, Hearst Television, Hubbard Broadcasting, Meredith Corporation, Scripps and more.